Kyndra L. Mulder’s Guides

Kyndra L. Mulder

Jacksonville Immigration Attorney.

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  1. Marriage Based Immigration

    Written by attorney Kyndra Mulder, 8 months ago.

    U.S. immigration law relating to marriage as a path to obtaining legal permanent resident status has become more restrictive over time as a result of the increasing number of fraudulent marriages entered into solely to obtain a green card. The Department of Homeland Security USC...

  2. What is the difference between a 601A Waiver and 601 Waiver?

    Written by attorney Kyndra Mulder, 10 months ago.

    How is the 601A Waiver different than the 601 Waiver? Before March 2013 the immediate relative of a U.S. citizen was not eligible to adjust status in the United States and was required to travel to his/her country of origin in order to obtain an immigrant visa. Individuals who ...

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  3. How do I file I-601A Waiver of Inadmissibility - MULDERLAWOFFICE.com

    Written by attorney Kyndra Mulder, 11 months ago.

    How is the 601A Waiver different than the 601 Waiver? Before March 2013 the immediate relative of a U.S. citizen was not eligible to adjust status in the United States and was required to travel to his/her country of origin in order to obtain an immigrant visa. Individuals who ...

  4. 4 Pillars of Proposed Immigration Reform

    Written by attorney Kyndra Mulder, 11 months ago.

    The Senate bipartisan immigration reform plan, which was embargoed till midnight on Monday,Has the primary goal somewhat synonymous with what we've seen in the past ... combat visa overstays and prioritize border security before legal status can be granted. However, the group of ...

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  5. Immigration Reform - File Family Preference 3 and 4 NOW!

    Written by attorney Kyndra Mulder, 11 months ago.

    Brothers Sisters of US Citizens Category to be Phased-Out! The U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee completed its review of the Immigration reform legislation, leaving the initial version fundamentally intact. In addition to other provisions, the Senate Bill will,: 1. Ph...

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  6. Immigration Reform Update - Kyndra l Mulder, Esquire

    Written by attorney Kyndra Mulder, 11 months ago.

    Brothers Sisters of US Citizens Category to be Phased-Out! The U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee completed its review of the Immigration reform legislation, leaving the initial version fundamentally intact. In addition to other provisions, the Senate Bill will,: 1. Phas...

  7. The Current State of Comprehensive Immigration Reform

    Written by attorney Kyndra Mulder, 12 months ago.

    The Senate Version of the proposed New Immigration Law to Register Provisional Immigrants The "Gang of Eight" has introduced A new bill into the US Senate. The bill provides for comprehensive immigration reform is titled, "The Border Security, Economic Opportunity, and Immigrati...

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  8. Eleventh Circuit – Board Must Consider a Motion to Re-Open filed by Deported Alien. - Mulder Law

    Written by attorney Kyndra Mulder, over 1 year ago.

    The Eleventh Circuit Board Must Consider a Motion to Re-Open filed by Deported Individual. - Mulder Law Office, P.A. The Attorney Generals decision to bar the reopening of proceedings from outside the United States has been overturned by the court. This decision provides hope...

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  9. Deferred Action to be implemented August 15th, 2012 - Mulder Law Office, P.A.

    Written by attorney Kyndra Mulder, over 1 year ago.

    Today, August 3rd, 2012, the USCIS announced that it will begin accepting applications for consideration of deferred action on August 15, 2012. At the Mulder Law Office we recommend you begin to prepare your application now so that it can be filed immediately. The main headquar...

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  10. 11th Circuit Decision - Motions to Reopen – Immigration Court – Appeals - Kyndra L Mulder, Esquire

    Written by attorney Kyndra Mulder, almost 2 years ago.

    When the Immigration Court enters a final order of removal against a person that person may file a motion to reopen or reconsider with the court. However, until recently, if the person was removed from the United States or left the United States pursuant to voluntary departure, t...

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